As you learn the ropes, you’ll also find these amazing recipes complement your traditional plates.
These cookbooks are full of traditional recipes written by experienced chefs who know the heart of their readers better than anyone else.
With material enough to last you a year and cater to every mood, we’ve handpicked them for their attention to detail, information and ease of learning.
With the help of these amazing authors, you’ll soon be a pro at making your favorite vegetables, pulav or curries; you have our word!
Table of Contents
Excellent Vegan Indian Cookbooks
- 'The Indian Vegan Kitchen' by Madhu Gadia
- 'Vegan Richa's Indian Kitchen: Traditional and Creative Recipes for the Home Cook' by Richa Hingle
- 'Vegan Indian Cooking: 140 Simple and Healthy Vegan Recipes' by Anupy Singla
- 'Krishna's Table: The Yoga of Preparing Gluten-Free Vegan Indian Food' by Priya Nath
- 'Vegan: The Essential Indian Cookbook for Vegans' by High Cedar Press
- Wrapping Up
Excellent Vegan Indian Cookbooks
‘The Indian Vegan Kitchen’ by Madhu Gadia
Madhu is a well-renowned nutritionist who loves to share her passion for innovative cooking through her recipes.
Creating new recipes that are light and healthy is something she loves so much she published an entire book full of them to share the good stuff with you!
Teaching you recipes that use products like tofu and other simple plant-based substitutes, you’ll thank her for making your world a little less complicated.
The dishes are easy to learn, quick to whip up and hassle-free; something that we can all appreciate due to our busy schedules.
A few of my favorite sections from the volume are:
- Snacks, Chaat and Beverages
- Salads and Chutneys
All in all, the book is a lovely way to learn Indian food that’s not particularly traditional but still do the roots justice. I would personally recommend this one for people who love to experiment and have fun with their food and diet plan!
‘Vegan Richa’s Indian Kitchen: Traditional and Creative Recipes for the Home Cook’ by Richa Hingle
Richa Hingle is a very popular vegan food blogger, we’ve had the honor of featuring several of her mouth-watering dishes on VegByte which have received a lot of love from our readers!
This cookbook is perfect for you to dive into Indian culture if you’re a traditionalist at heart!
You’ll absolutely go gaga over the collection of authentic regional and local recipes that are cherished and passed from generation to generation.
The best part of this one, is the dairy-free variants of sweets that people claim you can’t make without dairy!
You’ll find delicious dishes dedicated to different cultures, such as:
- Bhindi Masala
- Baked Potato Samosas
- Chaat Masala
- Chai Masala
- Quinoa Biryani
I’d list a few more but these are enough to make me drool endlessly; it might be the same for you, too!
To put it simply, you need Richa’s cookbook in your life. It’s not mainstream and will help you learn dishes from all over the country so you can keep surprising and impress your family and guests.
‘Vegan Indian Cooking: 140 Simple and Healthy Vegan Recipes’ by Anupy Singla
Anupy Singla has been widely applauded by critiques and readers for her first cookbook, Indian Slow Cooker.
Her distinctive style of writing ensures her personality comes through; you’ll understand exactly how much she loves to cook and share her recipes!
This cookbook is just as promising with its vibrant and rich photographs, detailed recipes and tips for you to cook amazing Indian-inspired recipes made for every occasion.
Big surprise: they’re not all traditionally Indian! Several of these recipes have been created by her mother, and you know all about the magic of a Mom’s food!
It’ll help you substitute non-vegan ingredients with plant-based replacements that are light on your pockets. You’ll also understand how a selection of key spices are the heart and key to Indian food.
You’ll find recipes such as:
- Homemade Soy Yogurt
- Black Forest Burgers
To sum it up, this book will teach you to integrate a bit of Indian spice in any dish you’d like; you just need to learn the right combinations of spices and fusion! Your kids and family will love the change of flavor every once in a while.
‘Krishna’s Table: The Yoga of Preparing Gluten-Free Vegan Indian Food’ by Priya Nath
Priya Nath is an avid yogini and loves to integrate her daily life with the principles of humanity; ahimsa being one of the noblest aspects.
Living a cruelty-free life as a calling, she finds it easy to adapt to vegan cooking and published this cookbook for you to see how delicious a plant-based diet can be once you’re familiar with the basics!
This cookbook has recipes that’ll make you feel energized, fresh and amazing. They’re designed for people leading a gluten-free lifestyle and use authentic methods of cooking.
The traditional flavors are very prominent and you’ll be able to learn how to bring a piece of India to your table.
In the book, you’ll find sections to recipes like:
To conclude, this one is easy to grasp with thorough instructions. You can easily set a routine of Indian food specials once a week and savor new dishes you’ve learnt from a culinary expert.
‘Vegan: The Essential Indian Cookbook for Vegans’ by High Cedar Press
Zoe Hazan knows to make your work at the kitchen less cumbersome and stressful. Her cookbook is for people who are constantly on the go.
Handling a busy schedule of work, parenthood or education is never easy when it takes a lot of time to prep your meal. This book will take that problem away with its 30 minutes and under collection of recipes!
You’ll be blown away by the number of delicious things you can stir up in such a short amount of time!
They’re completely healthy and will keep you full for a long time so you don’t feel the urge to snack excessively!
The 28 days’ worth nutrition plan is meant to get you into great shape if you combine it with the right amount of exercise and healthy habits.
My favorites from the collection are:
- Dal Makhani
- Bombay Potatoes
- Indian Spiced Lemon Rice
- Besan Halwa
To sum it all up, this cookbook is the one for you if you’re looking to stay healthy and energetic while saving yourself from lengthy diet plans; aren’t we all!?
Who needs complicated food preparation, life’s too short. I suppose you’re just like me and like your menu to make your life easier!
This was a short and sweet take on Indian Cookbooks!
We love good variety and thought giving you different books with a range of recipes would be appreciated as well.
What you’ll learn from these is how Indian cooking isn’t necessarily traditional and followed to a T. You can get crafty and play around once you understand the basics of all the spices and combinations!
We hope these cookbooks inspire you to not just try the recipes, but come up with your own as well. The authors are extremely talented and known to awake the dormant master chef in everyone of us.
If you get one or more of these fabulous cookbooks, let us know what you think of them, we’d love to hear it!